Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance breaks Dominion Theatre box office records following Britain’s Got Talent performance

Flatley & James Keegan
On Monday 1st June, following Michael Flatley’s last ever UK television performance on the final of Britain’s Got Talent, sales for his West End show Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games broke the Dominion Theatre box office records for the highest number of tickets sold and most money taken in one day.

Flatley said: “We're delighted to have made a little bit of history in the West End. London and the UK in general have been very good to us and we feel very at home here.”

David Pearson (General Manager at the Dominion Theatre) said: “We are delighted that Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games has broken the record for daily sales at the Dominion Theatre Box Office. I know that this phenomenal show will continue to thrill our audiences through until September.”

Featuring new technology, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games transferred to the Dominion following a limited engagement at the London Palladium last year. The show continues at the Dominion until 5th September and tours the UK until 4th July. 

Flatley is currently appearing in Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at the Dominion on Friday and Saturday evenings only until 27th June. He will also be making a special appearance at the final date of the UK Tour at the Wembley Arena on 4 July.

Photo Credit: Brian Doherty

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